Storytelling performance – Telling Stories of these Wild Places
Saturday 10 June
11.30 – 12.30
Community orchard in the Byes
Hello, I’m Clare Viner, I’ve been telling stories for over twenty years and have recently been working with stories to help us reconnect with rivers. In 2022 I led a story pilgrimage along the River Culm from source to confluence. I discovered stories about pixies and devils, King Arthur and several ladies with lanterns. There is a lost city on these hills according to the legends, not to mention the dragon….Most people know nothing about this landscape’s magical past. What is whispering right here in the Sidmouth landscape and in the River Sid? I believe that if we fall in love with our landscapes through stories, we will be more motivated to protect and save them.
We will be giving an outdoor performance of some local Devon based stories.
What should I bring
Please wear comfortable clothes and dress appropriately for the weather. You may want to bring a cushion or chair for the performance.
Who should attend
The performance is aimed at everyone and all ages.
Booking NOT Necessary
Free Event, But Donations Welcome
All events are free though donations to support the group’s activities are welcome. An opportunity to donate, if you wish, will be available at all events